A friend of mine was having marital issues based on the stress that he felt at work.
His wife was a stay-at-home mom with two children, breast cancer and she had her hands full.
They just moved into a new neighborhood which is how I met them.
Things got so stressful at work that it carried over to home and it didn’t take long for the two of them to litigate their problems and anxieties in the form of shouting thus creating more stress.
They loved each other.
My friend made one marriage counseling appointment with a psychologist – and the advice they received was really worth the money they paid for one session.
When you end your work day, give yourselves one hour of alone time to unwind before interacting with each other and talking about your day.
From day one this worked and their marriage prospered as they valued the time that each one needed to transition from stress.
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